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The comprehensive refurbishment of the 1960s commercial podium at 57 Broadwick Street involved extending the office accommodation, providing further residential space and improvements to the exterior of the building. Located within the Soho Conservation Area, the site includes an existing, fully tenanted residential tower above the development site.
The existing building brutally asserted itself upon the local area and was in need of major repair. Rejuvenating what was previously a tired and dominating office block was a key aim for the client. This was achieved through improving and expanding the retail and office accommodation within the building’s podium to provide high quality retail and workspace.
As a result, the now remodelled, mixed-use building is transformed. It is also entirely compatible with the character and function of the area and also meets the expectations of modern commercial occupiers. Additionally, it will contribute positively to this part of Soho and the local streetscape, providing a gateway into Carnaby from the east.
LPA: City of Westminster
Architect: Rolfe Judd Architecture